De Postelse Hoeve

Address: Dr. Deelenlaan 10, Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, 5042 AD, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the West Tilburg area of Tilburg, is near Beekse Bergen Safari Park.
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Back home! My thoughts on the trip :)

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 22, 2015

... of different things, but don't worry no dogs, cats or rats have been eaten by us! I've not completely figured out what the Chinese stand for, but it was another great experience. I'm not quite sure if I would go back, there's still so much to see in this world, but maybe shanghai or Yangshuo. I would like to end this China blog by thanking Des and Cian for being great travel company and treating me as their ...

A day after India, how I'm feeling

A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 26, 2014

6 comments, 2 photos

... they offer and give, even if they don't have it. The way people worried about us, constantly enquiring as to how we were through Uncle Maurice, asking our whereabouts, warning us, wanting to feed and give us a place to stay. We always felt welcome within every house hold we entered. Even shop owners, offered us tea or a soft drink when we came in. That was customary.

But it's just not fair. In the Netherlands, sure we pay high taxes, we pay our mandatory insurances, etc ...

Deeper Dutch

A travel blog entry by peteandrea on May 02, 2013

35 photos

We returned to the Netherlands to receive a history lesson of a different kind. We learnt about Joep and Bart's past: from their childhoods playing hockey in Tilburg, Bart's Pauliester fraternity house to Joep’s student association days in Maastricht. It was interesting to piece together stories and see sights that make them who they are today. Bart and Ons-peet (our Petra) surprised us by taking us to his two favourite places; the La ...


A travel blog entry by remcoverwaal on Feb 17, 2013

... are more or less taken care of. The travel agency, where we booked our flight, is going to pick us up from the airport and bring us to our hostel. Besides the usual sightseeing (Sydney is a pretty nice place, apparently) I'll also have to go to the bank, get my Medicare and register for a tax-number. And we need a tent....


Catching up!!!

A travel blog entry by antoinetrip on May 27, 2012


... a UNESCO World Heritage town called Kinderdijk. It is a tiny village and very pretty with the largest number of operational windmills, 19 of them dating back to the 14th century. We walked from the ship inland from the river and were able to go inside one of them. Very cramped but functional. The others went right to the top but Kaye couldn't manage the last stairs which were very steep and narrow. A ...